GATA transcription factor

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GATA transcription factors are a family of transcription factors characterized by their ability to bind to the DNA sequence "GATA".[1]

Genes[edit]

In humans:

In yeast:

  • GLN3 (see also GLN3)
  • GAT1 (see also GAT1)
  • DAL80 (see also DAL80)
  • GZF3 (see also GZF3)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ko LJ, Engel JD (1993). "DNA-binding specificities of the GATA transcription factor family". Mol. Cell. Biol. 13 (7): 4011–22. PMC 359950. PMID 8321208.

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